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Daily Express () Newspaper Front Page for 29 October 2019

Daily Mail () Newspaper Front Page for 29 October 2019
10/29/2019: Front Page: CAN BORIS WIN HIS CHRISTMAS GAMBLE?
BORIS Johnson will today make a dramatic final push to force an election on December 12. the Prime Minister told MPs they would be asked to vote this afternoon on a pre-Christmas poll to ‘replace this dysfunctional parliament and get Brexit...


Daily Mirror () Newspaper Front Page for 29 October 2019

Daily Star () Newspaper Front Page for 29 October 2019
10/29/2019: FRONT PAGE: CHRIS: PACK IN BUSH TUCK TRIALS

TELLY nature expert Chris Packham has urged I’m A Celebrity bosses and show hosts Ant and Dec to drop the Bushtucker trials featuring animals ahead of the upcoming series.



London Evening Standard () Newspaper Front Page for 29 October 2019
10/28/2019: Front Page: DEAD IN A DITCH: BREXIT DELAYED TO JAN 31

BORIS JOHNSON’S “do or die” pledge to leave the European Union this week was dead in a ditch today as EU leaders ruled on a Brexit extension until January 31. Following a meeting of ambassadors, European Council President Donald Tusk announced that...



The Daily Telegraph () Newspaper Front Page for 29 October 2019
10/29/2019: Front Page: Johnson puts Brexit deal on ice to force election

BORIS JOHNSON will make a fresh attempt to force a December election today after agreeing to put his Brexit deal on the back burner for now. Last night, the Prime Minister failed for a third time to get two thirds of MPS to back an early election, but...



The Guardian () Newspaper Front Page for 29 October 2019
10/29/2019: Front Page: Johnson ‘abandons’ Brexit bill in new push for December election
Boris Johnson will abandon attempts to push his Brexit bill through this parliament in an attempt to get the Lib Dems and SNP to agree to an election before Christmas, although the parties are in dispute over the potential date. The prime minister...


The Independent () Newspaper Front Page for 29 October 2019
10/29/2019: Front Page: No election yet – but PM to try again today
Boris Johnson has dramatically offered to shelve plans to ratify his EU withdrawal deal, in a desperate last-ditch scramble to force a December general election. The last-minute offer sets the scene for a possible preChristmas poll which would be...


The Scotsman () Newspaper Front Page for 29 October 2019
10/29/2019: FRONT PAGE: All light on the night: Interactive outdoor show comes to Glasgow

Visitors prepare to be dazzled as the UK’S biggest Halloween event returns to Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens with new attractions. The interactive light and sound show, GLASGLOW, promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Last year’s sold-out event...





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